TAG: spoofing detection

Orolia enhances Spectracom GPS threat mitigation with Talen-X

April 17, 2017By
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Orolia has taken the next integration steps with its Spectracom line of resilient PNT products, which will enable clients to take full advantage of Talen-X’s BroadShield Interference and Spoofing Detection technology. The announcement follows up on news of the recent Talen-X strategic alliance. Orolia’s Spectracom and Talen-X have aligned hardware and software development efforts to jointly develop, market and sell... read more

GNSS spoofing will attain virus status, warns expert

November 29, 2016By

As manufacturers convert machines and appliances into remotely controllable objects (the Internet of Things), the potential for spoofing expands, perhaps exponentially. Hackers could interfere with the data supplied to autonomous cars or tracks, remotely forcing them to crash. Although the dangers of GPS spoofing have been pointedly discussed in may technical papers and articles in GPS World since the early... read more

GNSS Lies, GNSS Truth

November 6, 2014By
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A new method detects spoofing attacks that are resistant to standard RAIM technique and can sense an attack in a fraction of a second without external aiding. The signal-in-space properties used to detect spoofing are the relationships of the signal arrival directions to the vector that points from one antenna to the other. A real-time implementation succeeded against live-signal spoofing attacks aboard a superyacht cruising in international waters. read more